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Presser: How Many People Are Subscribed To The WWE Network?


WWE sent out the following press release:

WWE® NETWORK ON TRACK TO 1 MILLION SUBSCRIBERS

STAMFORD, Conn., April 7, 2014 – WWE (NYSE: WWE) today announced that WWE Network has 667,287[1] subscribers and is well on its way to reaching its goal of 1 million subscribers by the end of 2014 just 42 days after launching in the U.S., making it the fastest-growing digital subscription service. This announcement comes following a historic WrestleMania® 30, which aired live on WWE Network as well as on pay-per-view through satellite and cable providers from a sold-out Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans.

WWE Network launched on February 24 in the U.S. and will be rolled out in Canada, the U.K., Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong and the Nordics in late 2014/early 2015.

WWE Network is the first 24/7 streaming network that provides access to live and scheduled programming, including all 12 live pay-per-view events, as well as the most comprehensive video-on-demand library. Available for only $9.99 a month – with a six month commitment – fans can subscribe to WWE Network at WWE.com. WWE Network is available on connected devices including Apple TV, Roku streaming devices, Sony PlayStation® 3, Sony PlayStation® 4 and Xbox 360. WWE Network is also available through the WWE App on iOS devices, including Apple iPad and iPhone, Amazon’s Kindle Fire devices and Android devices as well as on desktops and laptops via WWE.com.

[1] Current subscriber number does not account for potential failures to comply with subscription terms and six month commitment

Andrews Take: WWE has to be very happy with that number in such a short amount of time. However with WrestleMania being over with, it will be interesting to see if that number drops or increases.

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  • Travis Crouch

    I dropped it

  • gnico

    Everything has it’s growing pains. I’m sticking with the WWE Network for the long haul. It’s better than the prices cable and satellite is offering. Getting a lot more for my money as an over the top subscriber. I actually hope other companies follow this subscription model.